COVID-19 has changed just about every aspect of daily life, including the way care is delivered. Looking toward a post-COVID landscape, practice leaders will need to reevaluate processes and assess the best way forward.
In June, Senate Health Committee Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) said at least two of the most important temporary changes in federal policy made to ease telehealth access during the COVID-19 pandemic should be extended permanently.
Last month, the Nashville Health Care Council brought together experts for a virtual panel discussion on behavioral health in the midst of social distancing orders.
Nashville is blessed to be filled with experts. We asked five to weigh in on public health in the wake of the current pandemic.
With the Tennessee General Assembly back in full swing, the state's major healthcare associations outline 2020 priorities.
Whether it's a hospital struggling to keep enough doctors in their community or a new medical practice trying to find administrative staff or outsourcing solutions to cut costs, today's healthcare workforce environment is creating challenges that are far reaching.
Need far outstrips capacity when it comes to treating substance abuse disorders. American Addiction Centers CMO Dr. Lawrence Weinstein discusses barriers to care and possible solutions.
CMS is proposing big changes in the physician fee schedule and quality payment program for 2019
A new Tennessee law will make it easier for area physicians to practice across state lines beginning in 2019 as part of the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact.
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